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Bilateral Sequential Pneumolabyrinth Resulting from Nose Blowing

Lee JS, Kwon SY, Kim JH, Kim HJ

Pneumolabyrinth describes a condition with entrapped air in the labyrinth and usually occurs in temporal bone fractures that involve the otic capsule. While sporadic cases of bilateral pneumolabyrinth have been...
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A Case of Sudden Deafness with Intralabyrinthine Hemorrhage Intralabyrinthine Hemorrhage and Sudden Deafness

Park JJ, Jeong SW, Lee JW, Han SJ

Sudden hearing deterioration may occur in our population, but it is difficult to explain the exact pathophysiology and the cause. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL)...
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Analysis of Bacterial Biofilms on a Cochlear Implant Following Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

Im GJ, An YS, Choi J, Song JJ, Chae SW, Jung HH

To demonstrate biofilm formations on a cochlear implant magnet of a pediatric patient suffering from a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection. The appearance of biofilm colonies was analyzed on different...
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Does Hearing Aid Use Increase the Likelihood of Cerumen Impaction?

Manchaiah , Arthur J, Williams H

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Impacted cerumen is a common condition in adults. It is commonly believed that wearing hearing aids may increase the cerumen impaction, although no empirical evidence exist. The...
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Feasibility and Safety of Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation Paired with Notched Music Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Tinnitus

Shim HJ, Kwak MY, An YH, Kim DH, Kim YJ, Kim HJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A recent study demonstrated that tinnitus could be eliminated by vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) paired with notched sounds in a rat tinnitus model. The aims of this...
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Is Intratympanic Dexamathasone Injection Effective for the Treatment of Idiopathic Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

Lee KH, Ryu SH, Lee HM, Park SK, Kim HJ, Chang J

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study is to identify the effectiveness of intratympanic (IT) steroids when used as an initial therapy in sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), and...
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Error Patterns Analysis of Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant Users as a Function of Noise

Chun H, Ma S, Han W, Chun Y

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Not all impaired listeners may have the same speech perception ability although they will have similar pure-tone threshold and configuration. For this reason, the present study analyzes...
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Influences of Diabetes on Hearing Recovery in Noise-Exposed Mice

Yang CJ, Lee JW, Chung JW

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many studies have reported an association between diabetes and hearing loss. However, these reports were mainly abstractive correlations between common hearing loss and the incidence of diabetes....
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Positive, Neutral, and Negative Connotations Associated with Social Representation of 'Hearing Loss' and 'Hearing Aids'

Manchaiah , Stein G, Danermark , Germundsson P

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In our previous studies we explored the social representation of hearing loss and hearing aids. In this study we aimed at exploring if the positive, neutral and...
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Relation between Phonological Processing, Auditory Processing and Speech Perception among Bilingual Poor Readers

Kalaiah MK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A deficit in phonological processing abilities has been hypothesized as a cause of reading deficits among poor readers, but the precise etiology of this deficit is still...
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Acoustic Change Complex: Clinical Implications

Kim JR

The acoustic change complex (ACC) is a cortical auditory evoked potential elicited in response to a change in an ongoing sound. The characteristics and potential clinical implications of the ACC...
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Noise-Induced Neural Degeneration and Therapeutic Effect of Antioxidant Drugs

Choi SH, Choi CH

The primary site of lesion induced by noise exposure is the hair cells in the organ of Corti and the primary neural degeneration occurs in synaptic terminals of cochlear nerve...
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